Besides the White-spotted Sawyer that I talked about in my last post, I was able to photograph a couple of butterflies. One is a Fritillary, which species, I am not sure of as yet, I believe it may be a Edward's Fritillary. The others were two different species of Commas. The only way I was able tell the Commas apart, was the difference in the white marking on their hind wing, when the wing was closed. The Satyr Comma marking looks like a small half-moon, and the Hoary Comma marking looks like a fish hook.
I titled the following picture B and B after the liquor
Notice the difference n the comma appearance on the next two pictures